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James Lewis:
You Must Remember This
YOU MUST REMEMBER THIS coverCutting edge big band and contemporary compositions, including Hear Me Talkin' to Ya (based on the Hentoff/Shapiro book of the same name), Come What May Places, You Must Remember This, and Three Li Po Poems.

You Must Remember This features Annetta Moore, the Tone Road Rambler, the University of South Florida Jazz Ensemble, and others.

Not currently available on CD.
Annetta Monroe, soprano;  Art Woodbury, clarinet, soprano saxophone;  Brian Coyle, flügelhorn;  University of South Florida Jazz Ensemble I;  Chuck Owen, director;  Florida Universities Orchestra;  Willis Page, conductor
University of Miami Chamber Singers;  Lee Kjelson, director
University of South Florida Wind Ensemble;  Jerry F Junkin, conductor
Robert McCormick, vibraphone;  Mark Neuenschwander, bass
Craig Benson, drums;  Tone Road Ramblers (John Finville, flute, piccolo
David Sasaki, clarinet, bass clarinet;  Ray Sasaki, trumpet
Morgan Powell, trombone; Michael Udow, percussion)
Side A
1. James Lewis: Here Me Talkin' to Ya
for jazz band, singer, and prerecorded tape
2. James Lewis: Three Li Po Poems
for voices and chamber orchestra
I. "On Hearing a Flute on a Spring Night at Loyang"
II. "Drinking with a Gentleman of Leisure in the Mountains"
III. "Abandon"
Side B
1. James Lewis: You Must Remember This
for wind-percussion ensemble and jazz quartet
2. James Lewis: Come What May Places
for wind-percussion quintet
Recorded on (A1, B1) 15 February & 12 April 1987 at Morrisound in Tampa, Florida;  (A2) 24 May 1976 in performance at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC;  (B2) 11 September 1985 at the Foellinger Great Hall at the Krannert Center in Urbana, Illinois.
Executive Producer: Gunther Schuller
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